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If Chris Hardwick ever wondered how his colleagues feel about him, it’s crystal clear now!

Approximately 25 staffers including a female executive producer have quit in protest over his return as host of “Talking Dead.”

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Via Page Six:

The “Talking Dead” fallout comes days after Hardwick’s first TV appearance — on NBC’s “America’s Got Talent” — since actress Chloe Dykstra penned an essay in June accusing him of sexual and emotional abuse.

Hardwick is reportedly working to regain the support of the remaining “Talking” staffers.

In a “very emotional” staff meeting called by Hardwick on Wednesday, according to sources cited by The Wrap, the comedian apologized for the ordeal. He also offered one-on-one meetings for any crew members with concerns.

AMC reinstated Chris after a “careful review” of the allegations against him.

Apparently, everyone ain’t convinced.

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